After Stroke Care

Kind-hearted caring staff help you in your home so you can focus on getting well after a stroke.

Outstanding Stroke Recovery Live in Care

Strokes can cause a wide variety of problems. Your loved one’s recovery and rehabilitation is unique to them and will be easier if they receive stroke after care at home. Mumby’s one to one carers understand and are experienced in stroke recovery. They can help support your loved one’s needs for mild stroke care for a short period of time or long-term stroke care after a more severe stroke.

Live-in Care for Stroke Recovery

Here at Mumby’s we know that live-in care for stroke recovery has far reaching value for your loved one’s quality of life and rehabilitation following a stroke. Our fully managed and outstanding CQC rated service provides high quality stroke care in the safety and familiarity of your loved one’s own home. We work closely with the family and all healthcare professionals to develop a stroke care plan that suits your loved one’s needs.

A well-matched, flexible and trained one-to-one live-in carer from Mumby’s will offer motivational, emotional and compassionate support to help your loved one on their road to stroke recovery.   They can sensitively offer assistance with:

  • mobility such as getting around the home or venturing outside for trips or other social activities
  • personal care for swallowing and continence problems if your loved one has a weakness along one side
  • daily chores that may have become challenging due to cognitive problems
  • talking and encouraging conversation to help recover speech
  • psychological problems such as mood changes, anxiety and frustration.

Mumby’s offers peace of mind that your loved one is safe and professionally supported whilst continuing to live in their own homes.

Our Services

  • Light domestic duties

  • Offering companionship

  • Aid with reading

  • Help with writing letters

  • Organising mail

  • Care for houseplants

  • Outings – social and appointments

  • Support for pets

  • Medication administration

  • Support with rehabilitation and physiotherapy exercises

  • Provide reminders/arrange appointments

  • Menu planning/shopping

  • Preparing meals

  • Assistance with eating

  • Monitoring diet and nutrition

  • Personal care/grooming

  • Continence assistance

  • Mobility assistance

  • Assistance learning new skills and training

  • Adapting to any physical limitations





Benefits of Companion Care

  • A friendly, constant and trustworthy face for round the clock care and peace of mind.

  • Flexible and personalised care plan with specialised care options.

  • Someone who can really get to know and care for your loved one. Often our carers become good friends with our clients.

  • Carefully matched carer to share hobbies and interests. A live-in carer can encourage, join in with and stimulate activities including gardening, cooking, crafts, music, playing games and solving crosswords.

  • Preserves family life and pet ownership and supports relationships and pastimes in your local community

  • Boosts happiness and wellbeing.

  • In the familiarity and comfort of your loved one’s home whilst providing extra security.

  • Reassurance and support for the family.

  • Retain independence, dignity and choice in the safe and familiar environment of home.

  • An escort to social events and appointments.

  • Help with daily tasks, such as cleaning and housework, running errands or walking the dog.

Cost of Stroke Recovery Live in Care

The inclusive weekly cost of after stroke live-in care at Mumby’s is tailored to the specific needs of your loved one, following a free no obligation assessment.  Comparable to nursing home fees, our live-in care charges directly cover the 1:1 care your loved one needs rather than hotel-type services.

Why choose Mumby’s live-in care?


Respite Care for Families Looking After a Love One Following a Stroke

 Mumby’s also offers respite care to allow the primary carer to have some much-needed rest and time to themselves. We understand that as a carer of someone who has had a stroke, your commitments can become overwhelming, and you need some time to look after yourself.
We offer round the clock short-term respite care to support your loved one during their stroke recovery.

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